EFO York Region is packing up some of their stock to attend the Tiara Equine Open House in Stouffville this Sunday OCTOBER 14th! We are excited to be a part of this new venture by Meagan Maloney a certified equine canada Coach and eventing and dressage trainer based out of Stouffville...
. We will be on site with our fall and winter riding fashions at…
Added by Equestrian Factory Outlet on October 9, 2012 at 5:30pm —
First, let me send my sympathies for all of you affected by the wildfires, droughts, floods, tornados, earthquakes and other disasters.
I was not in my best riding form this week since I'm on an antibiotic. My feet feel sort of like they are not attached to me. My balance is not at its best either. In spite of this I had some amazing rides, well amazing rides for me. As usual I was… Continue
Added by Jackie Cochran on May 1, 2011 at 12:43pm —
It's foaling season at Sweetwater Ranch. One of my clients bought a lovely dressage mare by Olympic Ferro already bred to Grannius II - and I covered two of my own mares with Louie. So, this year I will get to see what he produces, and we already have one foal on the ground. He has been named Sweetwater's Alliance - barn name Lance - and he is lovely with good straight legs, up on his pasterns and nice feet all around. And BIG. In fact, Dr Marteney said he is the biggest foal he has… Continue
Added by Monica Whitmer on April 8, 2011 at 10:30am —
We all recognize the Trakehner as a world class horse. They have excelled in the hunter/jumper
and dressage ring as well in various other equestrian pursuits and made numerous appearances at the Olympics for years. They have also played influence in developing more modern types of warmbloods such as Canadian and American warmbloods. So it’s hard to believe such an elegant and versatile breed was… Continue
Added by The HorseLady Blog on March 9, 2011 at 3:30pm —
This week Brody and I got back into a pretty steady routine of nightly play, and Brody seems happy about it. The other night I stayed up ‘til about midnight, and when I went to shut off the outside lights I could see him at the gate, peering through the back door at me! I went out a gave him a carrot. We’re having so much fun, I’m finding it hard to tear myself away from our sessions at the end of the… Continue
Added by Jamie B on November 14, 2010 at 10:35pm —
So last night was my ridding lesson.
It didn't go ahead.
I was home suffering with a cold, when a hurricane hit. Now see, the wind wasn't much of a problem. It was the rain. If the rain had been snow, then it would have been fine. But no-where here is built to handle that much rain. So obviously, my lesson did not go ahead. The horses should be fine, I haven't heard any report from any barns in my area that have flooded and horses needed to be moved. Besides for the race… Continue
Added by Emily Walsh on September 22, 2010 at 12:00pm —
I recently had a letter from Helene in New York who was telling me about her attempts to get to know a large German warmblood that was recently bought by her barn owner. Helene freely admits she is only a novice horse rider and has no horse… Continue
Added by Carolyn Resnick on September 8, 2010 at 10:00am —
First of all my apologies – my staff tells me I messed up the order of the tips, which is why, although last month we did #7 (Saddle Straightness
) this month we’re back to #6 (Saddle Length). I guess it doesn’t really matter in what order you check your saddle, since all of the points are important when ensuring correct saddle fit. Saddle length is an issue I have been noticing more and more in the… Continue
Added by Jochen Schleese on August 15, 2010 at 1:00pm —
So we put in an offer for Summer and we pretty well have it accepted. For those of you who dont know Summer, she is a 6 yr old 14.2hh Dutch WB X Paint X Welsh (Dam is Paint and Sire is Dutch X Welsh). Beautiful Little Hunter Pony. The reason we were interested in buying her is because she is a pony that we want to take on for a project. Also knowing that judges allow an extra stride for ponys, and Hunter ponies being worth more, we thought taking on a nice little horse like this one would be… Continue
Added by Rachel G on January 21, 2010 at 11:04pm —
I appoligize for not posting for awhile, been crazy busy. First of all, yes I got the job. I get all my chores done from 8 - 11 am. That means I get up at 7am and so I'm constantly tired, but I do get Friday to Sunday off which is good, I don't think I could handle 7 days a week. Im really fortunate though, to have an amazing coach, she has been great to work and ride with. I have been leasing a couple different horses in the past 2 months, its really interesting to ride different horses once… Continue
Added by Rachel G on January 4, 2010 at 10:30pm —
Belladora is the winner of the American Warmblood Registry's 2009 Year-End Award for the Materiale Division and is featured on the Awards page (and listed on the homepage)!
Click here to visit the AWR page.
Added by Diana Murphy on January 1, 2010 at 9:51am —
The new 2010 Auction list is posted. Videos currently posted here are of stallions participating in the 2010 auction..
The list features stallions nominated to the 2010 CWHBA Stallion Service Auction
plus other association material as available. The 2010 Stallion Service Auction will be offered live on March 14, 2010! Enjoy!
Added by Canadian Warmblood Stallions on November 11, 2009 at 6:30pm —
I have 2 big competition horses. One is a 17.1 paint tb cross named Cooper that is 7years old and has competed in 1 (the last one) world wide event and did v. well--The 2nd one is Vogue she has competed in 4 world wide events and has done v. good as well she is a black Canadian Warmblood. That stands at 16.2 hh and is 9 years old. She is a sweetie.
Added by Tyler on July 26, 2008 at 11:30am —